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Being charged with securities fraud is extremely serious and can severely harm the reputation of an individual, a firm, or a business. The term is broadly applied to a number of different acts, and each of these acts has complex legal issues tied to them. We outline some of the basics of securities fraud law below. For more detailed information about your specific case, call (858) 707-9800 to arrange a free consultation with our San Diego securities fraud defense lawyer.
What is Securities Fraud?
Securities fraud is a broad classification for any acts that entice, coerce, or induce investors to make financial decisions based on intentionally misleading or fraudulent information. This can involve anything from falsifying financial information, providing potential investors with false insider information (pump and dump), microcap fraud, and other such acts. The penalties for these charges range depending on the act performed and the impact of the act on the investors.
Not all discrepancies in financial information are the result of intentional fraud, nor are all fluctuations in stock prices or investor habits the result of the fraudulent information. Our securities fraud defense attorney in San Diego knows where to start investigating to clear a client's name, or at least diminish the over-blown charges made by the prosecution. We fight to ensure all of our clients receive a fair trial. If you or someone you love has been charged with securities fraud and require legal representation, contact our criminal lawyer at Law Offices of Randy M. Grossman.
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